Two new adventures cooking up

We’ve been quiet for a few weeks, haven’t we? That only means one thing: we’re cooking up some new games for you guys! To be more detailed, we’re putting together two exciting games that will essentially make up the Chapter 2. The first chapter was all about mapping out the keyboard, and now it’s time to hop on the keys and start typing!

Now your keyboard shoots bubbles

Screenshot conceptThe first new game is based on the classic bubble shooter concept, which will keep the young minds interested and engaged. The gameplay is simple yet addicting: catch, aim and shoot bubbles by pressing the correct letters on the keyboard. Your goal is to get at least three bubbles of the same color together to pop them all away and to collect bonus items.

As always, there’s a learning path behind this game, too. The main goal is to get the feel of using the physical or on-screen keyboard – learn how to fluently find and press correct letters. It also teaches the kids to coordinate their eye and finger movements so that they can tap a key at the right moment while looking up on the game area.

Rescue the lost ducklings

Maze concept screenshotOur second new game sets you on a thrilling underground adventure into a mine! Our hero, the hedgehog, is on a mission to take home the little ducklings who are playing in the mine tunnels. The player will guide the hedgehog to the ducklings with lifts and gates by using the keyboard as a control tool. This game presents a new learning challenge as the player has to solve small puzzles while keeping eyes on the moving hedgehog and looking for the right keys to press. As you see, the games are getting gradually more challenging, but only when the kids are ready for it!


The new games will be ready for a preview in June, and those who have signed up will have an early access into both of the games. Full versions with all the levels will be available by September, right on time for the new school year. Both games can be played with a keyboard, external keyboard for tablets and touch screen. The names, characters, and details are still subject to change, but one thing will not change: it’ll be a FUN learning experience!

Tallenna

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